BLACK, WHITE, FEMALE: EXPLORING FEMINIST IDENTITY IN THIS #METOO MOMENT
To mark Women’s History Month, The Other Box Project looks at how race has factored into this moment of #MeToo. Join host Jami Floyd and a panel of feminist writers, thinkers, and activists for a look at the intersection of race and gender, the relationship between white and black feminists, and the recognition of women of color in the conversation around #MeToo.
Panelists: Tanya K. Hernández, the Archibald R. Murray Professor of Law at Fordham University and the author of the upcoming book, Multiracials and Civil Rights. She has written extensively about race, affirmative action, and sexual harassment.
Sophie Ellman-Golan, a social justice activist committed to organizing for racial and gender justice as well as queer liberation and against police violence. She was one of the organizers of the Women’s March, a co-founder of Confront White Womanhood,and a member of the #JewishResistance.
About the Series: The Other Box Project is a year-long series of public conversations, film and exhibitions exploring the changing nature of multiracial identity in the 50 years since the landmark decision in Loving v. Virginia.